Watch your Okole, AmericaApril 20, 2012 @ 8:50 am (Updated: 8:53 am - 4/20/12 )
"I hope his wife kicks his Okole," said Palin about a secret service agent. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
As if this Secret Service scandal wasn't weird enough already.
"Now this is getting weirder by the minute," said Greta Van Susteren.
Greta Van Susteren talks to Sarah Palin about HER link to the secret Service scandal. Because one of the agents fired for the sex romp in Cartagena had been assigned to Sarah Palin in 2008 and posted on his Facebook page a picture of himself in sunglasses watching Sarah Palin, and says he was "checking her out."
Which brought this reaction from Mrs. Palin:
"Check this out bodygaurd, you're fired," said Palin. "I hope his wife kicks his Okole and sends him to the dog house, as long as he's not eating the dog along with his former boss."
OK -- Okole is Hawaiian for buttocks -- but what's the dog reference?
Well, it's from Barack Obama's book where he describes what he ate as a kid in Indonesia:
"I was introduced to dog meat, tough, snake meat, tougher, and roasted grasshopper, crunchy," said Obama.
But Palin's ultimate point is that Barack Obama must take responsibility for the Secret Service scandal.
"It's a known out there that our president has poor management skills," said Palin.
Although as Greta pointed out to her:
"The Secret Service event that happened with regard to you was during the race when he wasn't even president, so obviously there were problems in the secret service as far back as then."
And out of all this, you know the image I can't get out of my mind?
"Roasted grasshopper, crunchy."
How far away is that election?
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